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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffbrewster Date: Sep 10, 2004 9:12pm
Forum: etree Subject: NYtimes article about free music including Archive.org


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http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/10/arts/music/10INTE.html?ex=1252555200&en=1754341400ebc367&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland

'Downloading music from the Internet is not illegal. Plenty of music available online is not just free but also easily available, legal and — most important — worth hearing...

The Internet Archive (www.archive.org) has set out to preserve material that might otherwise disappear from the Internet, including Web pages, documents, books and video clips as well as audio, and it includes a Live Music Archive with more than 10,000 concerts via etree.org. Most are from jam bands, but there is plenty to choose from. (More than a million people have downloaded Grateful Dead music from the archive.) The archive also includes an assortment of other audio under All Collections, which has 131 songs from 78-r.p.m. discs, and more than 3,000 songs on what it calls netlabels, most of them releasing electronic music. Try the exotica-tinged selections from Monotonik.'